Jacqueline Jossa is a doting mum to daughters Ella, four, and Mia, one, and is emotional about her oldest child going to ‘big’ school.
The former EastEnders actress shared a picture to her Instagram of herself and Ella sharing a cuddle, as she shared an emotional message to her fellow mums.
Jacqueline, 26, wrote: “It’s sinking in slowly that my first angel love is going to start big school in a matter or weeks now! Any one else not coping at all.
"I keep having soppy moments and Ella now laughs at me and says, your going to cry aren’t you!
"Don’t get me wrong i am actually really excited for her, I know she’s gonna love it and I know she will grow so much. She fills me up!
"I’m going to make the most of having you close every single day while I can!
"Btw I am well aware that a lot of mums can’t wait for school to start again because summer holidays are driving them potty!!
"For now I shall embrace having my girl with me 24:7 but I’ll update you next year when I’m pulling my hair out and praying September to come.
"Bath and bed for the girls, and bath then bed for mother too! happy Tuesday loves." [sic]
Many of Jacqueline’s followers who are also mums agreed with the star and sent her comforting messages.
One person said: “My oldest is 12 and I still love the summer holidays. I am sad at the thought of my girls going back to school. I remember I how felt when both my girls were just starting school, you will be emotional & that’s ok. The next chapter is just as exciting though.”
Another wrote: “Still get them moments and I have one going into yr 4 and my baby girl in yr 1.” [sic]
A third person simply commented: “I’m so not ready for this either.” [sic]
Jacqueline’s husband Dan Osborne recently revealed how she had counselling to get through their marriage problems.
Inside Mia Osborne's first birthday as parents Jacqueline Jossa and Dan Osborne throw lavish party
Dan explained that counselling wasn’t for him during the difficult time, but Jacqueline sought help with the marriage problems as well as other issues.
The father-of-three told Closer: “It's different for everyone, so I'm not judging people who have been to therapy.
"But for me personally, I said I wouldn't to that.
"We got there in the end. I said, 'We don't need that – we just need to be friends again.' It was just a matter of rebuilding that."
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